iridescent slime said:
Since when did we have an outie_pussy tag, anyway? Who thought it was a good idea to go with something so childish? We only use pussy in the first place because it can refer to either the vulva or the vagina, not as an invitation to make up tags that are even more vulgar.
Yes, but if you take a look, "vagina" is really only used in artificial_vagina and its derivatives (as mentioned in forum #210111) and everything else uses "pussy." The other tags are "vaginal" something.
For "vulva," it's only partially_visible_vulva and bad_vulva.
I'm not saying that we have to stick to "vulgar" names but it's the trend. We can strive to change that.
P.S.: We've also tried not naming it labia_minora and similar because then it's going to be misinterpreted by most people. A scientific alias is okay but the main name should be "recognizable" in my opinion.
And looking at the results at random I see stuff like post #5270976 and post #5267845 and post #5284226 (how can you even tell?) which makes me question whether this tag has any use at all.
We can modify the definition at any time. Right now it's "Tag when the inner lips are longer than the outer lips."
post #5270976 and post #5267845 have noticable curvatures to them but we can "forbid" the tag on non-closed ones if that's the problem.
I've spend quite a lot of time at examining heavily censored ones like post #5284226 and I got to the conclusion that the labia minora are clearly protruding.
When I said I was fine with tagging this kind of thing, it was with the assumption that it should only be used for when it's actually noticeable, not for every single post of a spread pussy.
If you can objectively specify what's noticeable I'm fine with that.
All in all, I'm not pushing the change of cleft_of_Venus if it isn't wanted but I think outie_pussy (or whatever you want to rename it to) has a reasonable place.